"Mulligan, denied the vast store of earlier research on which the authors of volumes in the English series could draw, proves a heroic pioneer. Major discoveries which will draw enthusiasts into this territory ... may be few, but minor pleasures abound ... And armed with South Ulster, the traveller is unlikely to be mistaken for a clandestine supporter of a proscribed organization, but a hunter after worthwhile buildings."-Toby Barnard, Times Literary Supplement -- Toby Bernard Times Literary Supplement "Be warned: if you dip into this book you will go on dipping, or perhaps weeping, at the beauty of it all. It is the standard work for anyone even vaguely interested in the history of landmark buildings in these three counties."-Paul Clements, Irish Times -- Paul Clements Irish Times 'This is not only a book of reference but one which brings buildings and architecture to life, a most worthwhile addition to the literature on the architectural heritage of Ireland.'-Peter Rankin, Burlington Magazine -- Peter Rankin Burlington Magazine
About the Author
Kevin Mulligan is an architectural historian.